The month with people scattered around by vacations or otherwise is gone, so I hope that we start picking up on the activity we had before summer. Anyways, how has the summer that it still refuses to end treated you? I basically have been home with friends doing nerd things and being calm and placid in general.
It's treated me like every other summer before it: causing me allergies and making me blow my nose, sneeze, my eyes tearing up every five seconds, and feeling like I had a cold for nearly a month. Also, there's ants and spiders everywhere and I hate those ugly little guys.
Not a fan of summer, as you might have guessed. I like it better than winter, but if I could, I would make a year 8 Months of Spring, 3 of Fall, and 1 of Summer, without the part where my allergies kick in, top. What's that? I forgot to mention Winter?... No. No, I didn't. ^_^
I relaxed a lot, and did a lot of things that cost little to no money. My goal was to spend a good Summer without spending good money, because moving to an apartment alone is costly. I succeeded. Yay for me!
Nothing is impossible, it just hasn't been done yet.
Post by takewithfood on Sept 5, 2015 9:40:45 GMT -5
This summer ate all my free time, sadly. But now that the fall is around the corner I hope some free time will pop up again. I'd like to revisit one or two games I had going, or, failing that, maybe start a new one. <3
August pretty much kicked my backside from pillar to post with regards being able to do the things I wanted. If I wasn't working, I was looking after the kids and hitting the sack early to be up at 5am to start the whole groundhog Day thing again. Even now, mid Sep, only got a respite today as my train (that I was due to drive) was cancelled and work told me to stay at home. So I get to do house chores instead. Yay. I confidently predict I can get back to normalcy by the end of September. Whether thats September 2015 or 2025 isn't quite clear yet...
Cheers, Paul (Roxolid)
Formerly known as t0mahawk before real life kicked me in the nuts. Back now (albeit with a high pitched voice...)
Still GMing a long running play by post (10 years+) despite lifes ups and downs: the Vanguard RPG